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One Question Interviews: Sweatshop Boys

Itai (Sweatshop Boys)

SPB: If you had your choice, which band would you love to tour with? 

Itai: Touring with another band is a complex matter, which makes this question a bit difficult to answer. Should we choose a band that we really love or people that we know that we'll surely get along with? Our problem is we're pretty isolated from most of the action/attention, in every aspect. most of the my favorite bands are located thousands of miles away and we never met personally.

Having that said, Sonic Avenues is a no brainer as an answer: a perfect combination between a band that we really love and appreciate and a bunch of awesome individuals. It has been an absolute pleasure to host these guys in Israel--people here are still talking about how much fun we had together. I personally really miss hanging out with them, so I would definitely love to go on tour with them one of these days.

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Words by Loren on Sept. 25, 2014, 2:55 p.m.

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